Microsoft Flow

Microsoft best-in-business workflow automation app, Microsoft Flow has been updated in the Google Play Store for Android.

With Microsoft Flow, users can connect to hundreds of apps and services, including OneDrive, Dynamics 365, Slack, Office 365, Outlook, Salesforce, Facebook, Twitter, JIRA, Google Drive, Azure, Dropbox, and more.

The latest update, version 2.20.0, adds major new features along with usual bug fixes and performance improvements as well.

Flow app users can now create and run buttons that support image uploading. So, the next time you are creating a task that requires an image upload, you can do it right on your mobile device with Flow.

The ability to create buttons that take email addresses as inputs are also possible.

Find the full changelog below.

WHAT’S NEW

– You can now create and run buttons that support image upload
– Now you can create buttons that allow you to input email addresses when running them
– We’ve improved the activity feed to include more detailed run summaries and troubleshooting details
– When running flows that are connected to an Office 365 service, you’ll no longer need to re-enter your credentials if you are signed in to any O365 service on your device
– Bug fixes

Find the app in the Play Store below.